Bulletproof blankets, backpacks and whiteboards are not the best way to protest kids from shootings

Yes, apparently Americans are so worried about the next school shooting (which are happening on average once a week) that they feel the need to armor their children. Last week, reports of a company named ProTecht, which sells fold-out bulletproof blankets rated to resist pistol and shotgun rounds, quickly swept news outlets. Other businesses such as Maryland’s Hardwire, which is making bulletproof whiteboards, and BulletBlocker, with their bulletproof backpacks, are also making waves. 

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